Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Season of Not Knitting As Much

I divide the year into two seasons: Knitting Season, which runs from about the time the leaves begin to turn in September until the heat of the summer sets in around Memorial Day, and The Season of Not Knitting As … Continue reading

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The Orphaned Project

My in-laws settled in with us on the sectional sofa in our beach house rental overlooking a grey, rainy oceanscape on a late summer afternoon. I pulled out a “safe” knitting project — one that I was making for myself, … Continue reading

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Members of the Club

I know all the standard ways to recognize other knitters in the wild: There’s the obvious — seeing someone other than me knitting in public. There’s the almost-as-obvious — spying a person wearing handknits. Then, there’s the less-obvious, such as … Continue reading

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